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CITY IN BRIBP.
W. P. Brennan, who haa been on an attended IhuIdm trip Into British Columbia In tba vicinity of Koaaland returned bom* today. "Tba lot a rotate Telephone com pany" aald J- W. Fiibtir, "la Instal ling over SO telephones a month In tba city " Tb* city will aoou ba thoroughly equipped with tbla com pauy'a telephone# Friday tba high aobool football taaoi will laava after aobool for Col tai wlkara tba) will play a gama with tba high aobool team of that plana. Prof. l*a»l* will aooomiawny tba taaoi. The Mary of a Kike la*t Partial>a no one known, or ever will know, how much In the Mpauleb Ainer lean war a single rifle hall accom pliabad lowanl bringing the con filet to an early rlooa. ft waa a aargaaiit of tba Ninth Infantry who fired tba ahot. at a dlatanea of more than 1,1100 yarda, Hint nearly severed tba loft arm of General I .Inarea from bla body and gave tba aupreuie coin maud at Hantl ago to Oanaral Torel. Hargaaot Me Inarnay waa tba moat advanewd sol dtar of the American forces, and took poaltlon In a Irwo. Beyond, within tba breaetworka. ba uettrad an officer upon a gray horaa, apparently making an Inspection of tba entire line. Though the onlar bad gona out that day that no Arlng abould ha Indulged In. Mclnnrncy draw a liaad upon the boreaman and brought him down Baler It waa learned that the aar geant'a target waa Oanaral IJnarea, regarded a* the heat of Hpaln'a fight are In Cuba. Torn!, a commander who waa anxious for a apwedy termination of boat lilt lee, aaaumed command, and n few bourn later Santiago capitulated to the Americana. New York Tribune. ■All Hand* Abandon thlpl" A naval officer tbua describe# tlie reallatlc "All hands ahaudon ahlp" drill 'Two mlnutaa after the word baa I tea n panned every ablp'a luiat hua awung from Ita davtta Into the water, and a mluute later every ta>at la tbor "Uglily provtatowed and watered With in four mlnu'es and often In inm-h quicker time every man of the ablp'a company, from the commanding offleer down, la occupying the atatlon In the boat called for by bla ablp'a number, and then tpe eotninand 'Miser ofTP la given. The boat a are battled away couple of hundred feet from tba do aartad vaaael, ami aba rldaa without human a.ml aboard bar. often when the drill la goue through In mldocaan In a aea that the lamlaiuan would account terrific Then tin* word 'Board P la paaaed. and within eight mlnutea at tie* moat all handa are not only on board again, but evary boat baa liaan relaabed to the davit*, all .if tba pro rlaloua, water, Inatnimeuta and other gear have Itean removed, and tbe ablp'a company la In a fair way to gat to aleep again " Origin af "Hslle, ■IIII* Why do the Klka yell "Hallo, Bllir lt*a tbla way: Hack In MM, when liter* waa a acblam In Ihe orgnnlaatlun, tba two faettowa mat In Atlantic City for a peace parley At the time Wll Nam tl My ere of tbla city, Phlladel pbla'a only paat graud exalted ruler, waa tbe grand eeteemed leading hntght and ooe of tba uniat popular matt In tba order To get hia adrlca and great hha buudreda of Klka congregated at lb* Atlautlc City atatluu to meat Mr Myere All Ihe mauiliere wore at high teuaiou When Bill Myare at*p|i#d off tbe car Delegate Alack of Bt. Paul, a big all footer, aboutad, "Hallo, HIIIP' and tb* crowd took up the sahitatlou with a hearty laugh, and from that day to thl* Hello, nilir la ao unlvaraally uaed among Klka that II haa virtually become official. To tb* good uatured fe elin g which bad Ita outward exprae akvn In Btack'a greeting to BUI Myare H aacrttwd tb* ravuoctllatlan. Phlledei phi* I'Tea* The Last Cigar In tb* Baa. "TH# laat cigar In tb* hoi to tb* hart leal to a#ll." waa the remark of a front at reel dealer "Not bacauaa II to not aa good aa any other cigar, but bacauaa of tba auperetltbm of tbe average man agalnet taking tbe laat of anything. Aa a reault wa often take one ctgnr, or *v*n two cigar*, of tbe hurt cigars In a hua and put them on tup of tb* cigars In a full or almost full boa. On tb* other band. I ought to mention that there are tuan who prefer tb* laat cigar* and who aak ua to aara tba laat cigars in tb* Ixvaae for them every day. aomatlmaa to tb* number of ala or reran dally, for which they call evary evening We hare tbua no trouble la disposing of there tout cigars twit tb* contrast hi tb* conduct of tb* two etytoe of cue tu rne rs In torture " Philadelphia Bar My lywigbany. To Bv* content with atuall manna: to aaafe slogan r e rat bar Ibao luiury and reBnamant rather than fashion, to t*» worthy, not reapactabtot and wealthy, ret rich, to study bant, think quietly, talk gently, net frankly: to ttotan to atare and tdrdn. babas and aagss with span heart, to bear all cheerfully, do all bravely, await oreaakma. hurry uev •». In a word, to let tbs spirt lusl. an bidd e n and uncouaclore grew up through tbe common Tbla to to be my symphony William Usury ChnnnMg. baog Otatanoa Waggery, KSicker Home Jukes CSS b* asretsd too tar Buckar Y*»; toe MMMk Bmttb's cottage to reran mBgg Mare IBs station. - Kaw York Bun. The SPORTING WORLD Nat J. Cartmall Abroad. Nat J. Cartmall, MUu> Murphy's speedy aprlnter from tbe University of Pennsylvania, who competed In tbs British cbainpliiiiHlnp recently, to to mnks a tour of the tale* and probably Will racs In BcoUan/l and Ireland. From Cartmell'H splendid work In tba Intercollegiate rhamplnashtiai In tba Harvard stadium, where he won both tba 100 and V*) yard dsshes, and hto II AA performance In tbe lllO yard sat J. CAitTMann. i i j ■ | I •rent at Jamestown, It waa eapectsd that he would capture many prises abroad. Hereofly he was defeated by Morton, tba great KukIIhIi aprlnter, hut not dto gracefully. Heavy rain during the weak bad made the cinder track of tb* Mancheatar Athletic cluh, Eng land. sticky Many critics claim this to wbat caused the PennayIvanlan's defeat. Aa to the raca. It provided n magnlll cant atruggle, Morton apparently wlu nlug by a few Inches, although tb* of ficial vsrdlct wn* a foot Ciirttnell Was conddent of nuccchh and rcturnod to tba competitors' tent somewhat dto appoluted What the American would have dona on a dry track la difficult to aay. He might have won, arid for the purpose of unraveling that doubt It to hoped that the jmlr will have an op portuulty of meeting again Narva Ceunta In Baseball. On# of tbe most twacntlal Ingredi ents to a winning baseball player's makeup la nerve. Without a strong nerve a ball player baa little chance of winning a place among the stars Of the profession. Although several have shown to good advantage aa players, yet a lack of nerve at the time when It required staying prowess lost for these mao the wholesome re •pact of - the haaetuitl fraternity, who admire nerve perhaps more than hrll Us til playing qualities. A player who will become rattled Is nn easy man to beat out, but Just a* soon as the discovery ta made that a player has Ihe nerva to go Ihe dls tauce be Is then passed up aa one to be toft alone. On the other hand, let It be whlapenal about that a player lacks nerve, and he Is sure to become a mark for hla opponent*, who will both *r him In many ways and keep bla at tanttou off hto work. Men strengthen their nerve* by plac ing together Often weak hearted play era will brace up when blended with a rervy bunch. New Lipton Yaeht Cup. The new Idpton cup aent by Blr Thomas Upton to tie raced for by yacbta at tbe Jamestown exposition to • work of art. it to made of allvar and baa a considerable height. On either aide stands a figure of Brl taunta and Columbia, symbolic of the two great nations. and between them to a panel representing tbe expoaltlnn. •bowing tbe ships lu tbe harbor. A buat of Pocahontas to on the re veres side, and aurmouutlng all to a replica of the ship, the Susan Con stant. which t*>re Captain Johu Smith to tbla country. Beneath Is a mask of Neptune, with hto trUlont and a medal Uon showing the official seal of the exposition Billy Lush Probably Out et Baseball. It wa# learned recently from friend* of Billy Utah, the well known baseball trainer, who has Just Antohed three years" service as couch for the Yale team, that he la probably out of base ball forever because of Injuries to hto eye. He Is under treatment at ao •ye hospital In New York as a result of taking off hto dark glasses at tbe Yato-ilarvsrd game lu New York. It# will probably lose the sight of an eye. Here Cams the Jap Wrest tors. The Japanese champion wrestler. Tamyenmen I-chtgv. known as Hlta cAtyama. who weighs over Itvi pounda. to coming to America accompanied by raw famous wrestlers and Jin jitsu •Xpert* They have I wen enguged by • theatrical mausger to give exhibitions throughout tbe country ■Mr. Upp. KM Pilcher." Tb# remarkable work done thl# see •on by youug Mr t'pp, the Columbus fcM pitcher. has attracted attention all ever tba country, and Columbus ta racy llhely to lose him at the end of Another Breeders' Association. _ Th ere to talk of organising a trotting bare* breeders' aasuctatloa at Loa An flMsa on tbe plan of the Pacific Coast Bcffiil Horse Breeden' assorts ttaa. AUDITORIUM U. Y/IKS, Maesgrr SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 w. F. MANN Presents The Breezy Western Play THE COW PUNCHER Hy H A I. ItKIti 329 Consecutive Nights in New York, Chicago and the Bast A beautiful Story about an Among Cow Boy. A Western Play Worth While Prices 91, 79c, 50c, 25c, The Home Elec tric Supply Co. Curries in stock all kinds of elec tric goods, chnndliers, globes, shades, brackets, dry batteries, electric Hat irons, desk fixtures, lamps, cord, Ismt supplies. Wire buildings, repair unv thing electrical. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 2HI Fourth St. Coeur d'Alene J.B. MITCHELL Expert Horseshoelag Wo urn Wo m of kIhk'Iiik liornoh mill Invito your imlroiiuKo. 215 Coear d'Alcsc Street They Do Not Cost $75 Latest Model of Singer and W. W. Sewing Machines ('all ut store and examine JOHN HOWARD 200 4th Street Coeur d'Alene Professional Directory RAUL KANDKKft JOHN M. FLYNN SANDERS & FLYNN Altoracy* at Law Wlggett Block Coeur d'Alene. Idaho HkJ. CARRIE 5FRAQUC Manicuring, Scalp, Facial Massage ana and Bhampooiug Milllr !t NMHtlrr tll«M-fii •'hour HO X JflHC5 ROCHE Real Estate and Insurance Room IM Sander Block Hooks o|irned. closed and experted Hooka Imlunccd and put tu order for small dealci s. I! k tU.Al'K N l>. \\ KUNKITE BUCK & WERNETTE Attorney* mI Uw I nter**talc Flume U.YJ M 11 >; AMI A>*.. l OKl K D AI K NK HANK A TM "1 Hl.lhi.. COM K O AtsKNKv IDAHO A lexander hunter, ab„ m.o. t't»yetrlni» nml MurKtmn OH he KfuJiR'iut' Mftihlcr IlCJ Kminh s* Itume rtume Deli ,Vy Deli C ||o»ii« H In HI, H to 4 , 1 to M I. BLIXT Justice of Peace Wiggcti Block Coeni d'Alene TH 0 S. fERR 0 TT Contractor A Builder A Building Supt fill l. nr den St RS. TILLIE WOOD Mill-WIFE M fjOBSON lb PARKER Real Ol.tr tusunun-*. IVhmIv. N.v lary Fublic. I'ouxrysne* ami Land OgW* f>|*n Made, Voile,'lam. a Speetoll) Room 5, Corer d Alrne Bank A Treat \» Wl If ..SPECIAL.. REDUCTION lllv ON SUITS film, For the Next Two days We Will 111 Offer Enormous Reductions on Suits W E have an elegant assortment of styles that we are closing out to make room for our winter shipments and offer $20 and $25 suits for a.. this sale at vlU Sateen Petticoats |t.25 and $1.75 on sale for these two days $1.48 and 98c Tripple Flounces BLACK PANAMA ...SKIRTS... O11 sale while they last for $5.50, $6 and 56.75. These Skirts are made in the latest designs. Voile Skirts $10 to $15, beautifully trimmed in ribbon. A line of Dress Skirts in mixed wool. They all go for 80 and are worth from $8 to $12. PALACE CLOAK & SUIT HOUSE *15* UOMEJ* Wjb £ / L-L uxixmn 7 * % j W!2j Uj fMY inil US'!. .ic/n icr.l Lots $49.00 to $99.00. A few higher. No payments tlurinq sickness. Free lot in case of death. $5.oo Down, 50c a week. Concrete walks. F.lectric cars. City water. Reserve for park. Finest qraded streets At no expense to purchaser. Finally—The squarest deal in world. W e own the earth and want you I have a slice of it. thi . FIRST STOP NORTH OF WOODLAWN . W ZCIQLER Contracting Plasterer lilh anti Coeur d' Alene st. K* tint ate * furmaDeo See im (or Ural cU-w work I £ L. GERRISH Licensed Land surveyor and Engineer Dollar Block Corer d'Alene. Idaho Butcher rwLE Building Contractors Coeur d'Alene. F. o. Box r.57 Idaho Br. j. H. flCEUEN DENTIST Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Office: First Nat. Bank Block ]V\RS. S. DAY BEEBE Associate of Royal Academy of Music, England. Late Frofessor of Pianoforte and Har mony at University of the Pacific, Cal Takes advanced and a limited r, umber of elementary pupils. 501 Garden #1* - C- H. rorrs A t torney-at-La w Prosecuting Attorney ofKoot*a**Co Rooms 14 and 15 Sander Block Coenrd" Alene, Idaho